The Wildlife Center at Sinnemahoning State Park, Austin

#3 of 6 in Parks in Potter County
Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
Surrounded by Elk State Forest, Sinnemahoning State Park is on the First Fork of the Sinnemahoning Creek and has picturesque views of the surrounding mountains and deep valleys. There is an abundance of wildlife, including nesting bald eagles, elk, and many birds and butterfl ies.

We offer many recreational opportunities from Hiking & Biking to Boating (electric motors only), camping, picnicking, hunting, fishing, ice fishing and snowmobiling.

The 1,910-acre Sinnemahoning State Park is in Cameron and Potter counties, eight miles north on PA 872 from its junction with PA 120 in Sinnemahoning,

or 35 miles south from the junction of PA 872 with US 6 in Coudersport.
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  • We stopped in here while driving thru the park. The staff member was very knowledgeable about the area, had some interesting places for us to explore and answered a few questions we had. They have a.....  more »
  • Nice display of bird, reptile and mammal mounts. Interactive exhibits, video of bald eagles on the nest with young. Opportunity to look for wildlife across the valley. And, more.  more »

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